By anonymous - 30/06/2010 04:05 - United States
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I volunteer at a nursing home and just as 54 said, you can only give food to someone who is a relative. I used to buy diet coke for my grandfather when I went there :) and it's not like they can't have sweets. The nursing home I go to has an ice cream parlor and anyone who wants some can have some if they go there!
Mods censor stuff that breaks the rules. It's their site; they're entitled to do that. I'm guessing you're using the app. I may be wrong, but I think there are usually a lot of modded comments on the website. We just recently began to see them in the app too.
think about it, would you eat some shit some random people brought to a place where everyone is going to die soon? fuck no.
I'm wondering if the nursing home is even allowed to serve them. Sometimes food pantries and shelters can't serve unsealed food from restaurants, because they can't vouch for the safety of the prep. Although they ought to have told the OP if that was the case; maybe the nurses wanted to take the cookies home.